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Old 04-16-2013, 12:39 PM   #701
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Yeah, a cheap, high data rate GPS logger would solve a lot of problems. I agree that speedo vids aren't any more accurate (other than the higher "data" rate), but they're more fun to look at!

I didn't realize that plot was from VD. I think that's a feature that may be in development. I'd just throw it into Excel and plot out the relevant things. Just put RPM on the secondary axis and it should all scale pretty well.

VD plots with more data points and/or in 4th gear would be interesting to see. In 3rd gear my car consistently shows 600WHP at 30psi with power flat or increasing to 8k. In 4th there is a bit more resolution and it always shows a little drop in power up top.
Yep, agreed a cheap high rate GPS logger should be on the market now! I agree the speedo videos are entertaining!!

This VD time/ rpm plot is behind the dyno plot, click a button to the lower right IIRC. For whatever reason it does not plot the y-axis that you select?? I did not want to screw with a SS, just a time thing

I just had too many parameters selected which slowed the logging rate, I'll change that. 4th gear should plot more data points as it's a slower log. I would think that you would be at 600 WHP with 30 psi with your build and that 74 lb/ min turbo! Your car is very quick!! I'm sure your's drops some in 4th with the higher load of that gear but I would not think it would drop much, although cams would help there as long as you have the fuel!

My Dom3.5 turbo will put out 20 WHP per pound of boost above 24 psi so I would be close to 600 at around 29-30 psi but I do not have the injectors to go there!!

I wonder what kind of GPS data logging resolution we could get out of an iPhone speed logger if someone wrote a good app for it?
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Old 04-16-2013, 12:42 PM   #702
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I just spend some money on some goodies... I will let you know when I am ready. I need to get some kind of speedo for sure because my speedo doesn't work since I swapped a 2011 STi trans
You should see if you can find an 04-07 bell-housing for cheap for your 2011 trans and hook up the speed sensor again while you have that engine out! Seriously Juan if you do have the engine out and you can pull the trans, even with buying a new 07 6 speed bell housing, it might be cheaper and in a way simpler to do that then screw around with the VSS Pro to get your speedo working again! I'm not trying to create work for you but tha's what I would do.

Definitely not a lack of things to spend money on with our cars is there?

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Old 04-16-2013, 04:11 PM   #703
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just do the vss pro setup...way cheaper, way easier, and allows you to correct for different size wheels
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Old 04-16-2013, 11:24 PM   #704
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just do the vss pro setup...way cheaper, way easier, and allows you to correct for different size wheels
Yep it's way cheaper for the VSS pro. $175 vs $400 for a new bell housing. I thouight I remember someone quoting a lower price for the BH but....MBN. I like to use as much of the factory electronics as possible if I can because of the reliability. I've have been happy with my DCCD Pro, it works flawlessly. When I did my 07 6 speed swap and with my tall tires, I ended up installing a Healtech Speedo Healer $116 and it's a very nice speedo calibrator. You dial it in with your GPS and you can even set up 2 different wheels sets, different diameters and just swap the map settings!
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Old 04-17-2013, 08:23 AM   #705
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Yep it's way cheaper for the VSS pro. $175 vs $400 for a new bell housing. I thouight I remember someone quoting a lower price for the BH but....MBN. I like to use as much of the factory electronics as possible if I can because of the reliability. I've have been happy with my DCCD Pro, it works flawlessly. When I did my 07 6 speed swap and with my tall tires, I ended up installing a Healtech Speedo Healer $116 and it's a very nice speedo calibrator. You dial it in with your GPS and you can even set up 2 different wheels sets, different diameters and just swap the map settings!
Someone told me that vss pro doesn't work very well. I think is just easier to buy a Vbox since it will not require to take off stuff for installation and solder wires etc. I also will get all the cool bonus features and It doesn't require to be adjusted if change wheels or tires. When I have to take off the tranny again I will probably look for a used <07 bell housing.
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Old 04-30-2013, 01:49 AM   #706
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Sorry for the bad filming...my GoPro mount had some issues and wouldn't stay put so I had to hold the camera while I did the pull...

Vehicle: 2009 FXT Limited
Motor: Bone stock EJ255
Turbo: Bone stock TD04
Boost: 16.5psi peak tapering to 11psi by redline
Transmission: Bone stock 4EAT
Redline: 6500rpm
Upgrades: Megan Racing catless downpipe, SPT catback, and E85....thats it...
Weight: 3653lbs including driver
50-100mph time: 9.8 sec




It isn't anything AMAZING like my bugeye on page 1, but it is definitely a HUGE improvement over the stock 93oct tune! This is on only 16.5psi peak tapering to 11psi by redline (on the stock bcs and stock intercooler with the crappy plastic endtanks), and timing is only about 3* over the stock 93oct timing. I am calculating 4.59 sec 0-60mph time and 9.8 sec 50-100mph time. I have to wait to up the boost more until the stock intercooler is taken care of (plastic end tanks), but once that is done, I plan to up the peak boost quite a bit to see how things improve.
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Old 04-30-2013, 02:29 PM   #707
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Damn, those are some fast times. I can't wait to get my STI and start working.
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Old 04-30-2013, 10:01 PM   #708
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I'll play
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Old 05-01-2013, 02:03 AM   #709
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I love the sound of the 207...such a smooth revving motor...




...just fyi, I am getting 7.34 sec from that video
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Old 05-01-2013, 09:52 AM   #710
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I love the sound of the 207...such a smooth revving motor...

...just fyi, I am getting 7.34 sec from that video
Thanks. I'm going to do it again because that was going up a 10% incline, with a full tank of gas and in the rain. Also with the stock wrx 5spd and clutch, that 2nd to 3rd shift I have to go easy on. It will do a high six.

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Old 05-01-2013, 10:15 AM   #711
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i'm sure it will...with the 207 at that power level, it should...
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Old 05-01-2013, 11:25 AM   #712
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i need to trade my new 07 sti trans for an auto !
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Old 05-01-2013, 11:37 AM   #713
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definitely is weird not shifting, but it is really nice when there is pretty much no break in acceleration, you are able to build boost like crazy before launching, and when you realize you are maintaining full boost during shifts .
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Old 05-01-2013, 12:59 PM   #714
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yeah im to the point where idc about banging gears or what ppl say. i just wanna go fast. if 800 awhp and an auto doesnt do it im moving to a viper with twin 88's
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Old 05-01-2013, 01:23 PM   #716
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There's an 800WHP capable, built auto setup for sale in MN right now...
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Old 05-01-2013, 02:10 PM   #717
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There's an 800WHP capable, built auto setup for sale in MN right now...
dipps... what happened?
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Old 05-01-2013, 02:14 PM   #718
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Nope, not dipp's.
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Old 05-01-2013, 03:00 PM   #719
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Thanks I didn't know
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Old 05-01-2013, 03:07 PM   #720
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Not Dipp's. Another 800WHP capable built auto, lol.
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Old 05-02-2013, 12:11 AM   #721
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What exactly does that mean 800 awhp "capable"? Is it or is it not making 800awhp? Isn't that the point? I mean, if it's not, then why even say "capable"?
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Old 05-02-2013, 12:35 AM   #722
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It does have the same trans as dipps! 1 of the 4 in the country.
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Old 05-02-2013, 08:41 AM   #723
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What exactly does that mean 800 awhp "capable"? Is it or is it not making 800awhp? Isn't that the point? I mean, if it's not, then why even say "capable"?
Um...

Because he said he wanted an 800WHP auto. There are probably very close to zero STI's in that category in the world. This one has a 74mm turbo, built auto and all the supporting mods to do it.
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im on a 67 so i figure through a manual trans it would be in the 770-810 range. idk what that translates into at the wheels with an auto but it wouldnt be quite 800 lol. but it would be fast!

need to make a post on my trans. bought it new. maybe i can get a buyer and get a built auto. id be super happy.
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Old 05-02-2013, 09:44 AM   #725
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Um...

Because he said he wanted an 800WHP auto. There are probably very close to zero STI's in that category in the world. This one has a 74mm turbo, built auto and all the supporting mods to do it.

i knew exactly what you meant when u said 800 whp capable! im sure that would be plenty of trans for me.
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